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I always say that I could listen to interesting people talking about Super Mario World for hours (I really do always say that), and this podcast hits the right spot.
I like how they go deep in this show. Pretty much every episode is a deep dive into either a classic game or contemporary indie game. Often times they will have the devs on which is also a treat. I love that this is a show about game development and game design from game devs - it fosters interesting discussion and useful technical advice for others in the industry but also provides insights for those that aren’t in the industry.
Came since it was the only Terry C. Interview I could find in light of the Dicey Dungeons switch port I recently bought, which then got me to revisit Zach’s games. Really enjoying the first three or so episodes I’ve checked out and can’t wait to go through the backlog!
I like your conversations. But please stop choosing awful grating noises to censor swearing. The mixing is bad, the sound is too loud, and whatever you think is gained from using it Is wrong. Focus on what makes this a fun podcast. It’s not the swear sounds.
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Eggplant: The Secret Lives of Games launched 4 years ago and published 122 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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